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, but still powerful american industrial and manufacturing might. then there's san francisco. home of the 9ers. a metaphor for america's newest industries of the fastest growth tech and health care. san francisco, the growth of the west. and finally, new orleans, the site of the super bowl itself, which is the hub of the north american oil and gas renaissance that's buying so much of what's working in the stock market today. the strength of this market lies at the confluence of the ravens, the 9ers, and the super dome because the move in january's got phenomenal breadth, the mine and industrials represented by baltimore, new tech represented by san francisco, and oil and gas a la new orleans and all three may just be in the first quarter of a terrific year. we are nowhere near the proverbial two-minute warning. first up, the revival of industry represented by the town of baltimore. after five areas of fits and starts, we're seeing the reemergence of american manufacturing. it's been a long stretch. a long and terrible stretch of underperformance and disappointment. chiefly because of u.s. stag
monday. good to be back. i was in san francisco for a week visiting family and friends who were working there. the dotcomers have moved back into san francisco after moving out for a few years. they're moving into areas like the mission. they're pushing back some of the old impoverished section of san francisco. that city is experiencing a renaissance. i spent a whole week there. a lot of optimism in san francisco right now. the s&p obviously over 1,500, first time since 2007. record inflows into stocks, mutual funds in january. records, we've been waiting how long for that? china shanghai index, up 2.4% this morning. now we're at a seven-month high in chinese stocks. european banks, remember last week talking about repaying their ecb loans early. there's reports over the weekend spain may end finally its ban on short selling in stocks. remember, they did that for most of last year. they're going to possibly end that as soon as this friday here. the big question now everybody was talking about over the weekend, how much expansion will there really be in the global economy this year. the
it will open. >> california this is a california home builder, san francisco area. also southern. look, when you go to the website, they are selling them like hot cakes. >> single-family homes. >> what does that say? california home builder going public? >> my, how far we've come. >> pulte's down, jim. >> pulte is down, jim. >> thank you. thank you for that wet blanket. that wet electric blanket. >> a wet signed blanket. >> anything else you need me to tell you? >> whatever you want. >> speaking of housing, we are going to talk to fettig from whirlpool in the 11 this morning. pricing is getting better but volume is not matching at all what new homes are doing. >> surprising, low single digits, the companies make a lot of money. they have got trade rulings that are their favorite. this is perceived as being the quint essential, build more homes, sell more whirlpool. >> upgrade cycle, not just new homes, upgrade cycle, a lot sold at the height and prior to the housing boom and those' ply yanses need to be replaced, dryers, washers, et cetera. >> that was one that, again, i wonder if the stock
to take an extra trip this year. first boston... then san francisco. hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so our hotels were half price. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ >>> quick correction on those spanish fund-raising targets this year. reuters is saying the growth issuance figure is 121 billion. i think we had cited it was in the 90s. treasury is also saying it will cease issuing 18-month treasury bills from february to issue nine-month bills instead. we've got the latest results out from greece' t-bill auction. they went out at a yield of 3.95%, extraordinary. it was down from 3.99% last month. bid to cover ratio, just about 1.3% and it sold about $945 million total. now, for the 1.6 billion that it did sell in 26-week t-bills, the yield there was 4.3%. that was down about eight basis points. >>> samsung is forecasting another record operating profit in the fourth quarter, but investors weren't especially impressed. chery has more of the details from seoul. is this something we've seen before, buy on the rumor, sell on the
atlanta's going to have a hard time getting past san francisco, don't you? >> i think the san francisco, in many ways -- >> did you watch that? >> yeah. they are good. it's funny, they say colin kaepernick and rg three are transforming the game of football. at 180 plus yards rushing. how can you do that for ten years? >> and then i think new england's defense trying to stop the 49ers makes me think, i hate to say that with respect to bob craft but that was a great ending for seattle. wasn't it? because you got to see russell millsen and he did not -- he did everything that was ek expected of him except he left 30 -- they got in the end zone too quickly. they left 31 seconds -- >> yeah. i mean -- i went out to walk the dog, no, no, so i got the field goal and it was 33 and i was like, 30 seconds. >> game's over. >> and i just did a refresh on the blackberry, and they have the result. and i'm like -- different thankfully. it was unbelievable. >> the return on the kickoff he got to about the 40. it was like oh, my god. possible. and then you saw pete carroll call a time-out. >> i don't kno
that i have. the non-rated bond is a new california issuance in san francisco, and the rated bond is a dallas-fort worth airport authority subject to the amt. >> san francisco special tax refunding bonds, 5%. >> right. >> 4.37% yield, and you're saying that's not rated. >> right. >> and -- and the -- look at the coupon, but what you really want to look at is the yield to call, and that bond is priced to call, so that 4.37 is the yield to call in 2020 or 2022. don't remember. >> 2022. as, a-plus, subject to the amt and that's a 7.90. >> if you're not subject to the amt, then you don't pay a tax on municipal bonds. >> it sounds like there are long-term ideas you want to be sticking with because of the yield, but at this moment in time you're concerned about washington. you're concerned about what happens with taxes, and you've got momentum in equities. >> definitely. do bear in mind that those bonds, as i mentioned, they are priced to the call, and -- and as interest rates go up, those will be less volatile. but, again, i do think that investors coming back into stocks is healthy fo
to get to new orleans. here they are, the san francisco 49ers, looking for their sixth super bowl. and they packed up early today, in santa clara, california, headed to the airport to san jose to get on that plane and to fly down to new orleans for the tenth super bowl that that city will host. tied with miami now for the most all-time. there they are, guys, getting up there on the jetway. >> nice. >> and flying away. you know who's already there, albert greer, who covered the 49ers all week. he has beaten them to louis armstrong airport. it is beautiful, clear, a nice night for flying, i would assume. when they get there, what are the niners going to do? >> well, andrew, like you said, the niners will arrive here at louis armstrong international airport. >> you hear less about europe's going to blow up tomorrow. >> so you're not seeing over enthusia enthusiasm, but it's certainly better than a year ago. >> yeah u it's definitely commerce. their theme here is resilient dynamoism. i actually think growth will be moderate with not necessarily a lot of volatility around that. that it
con section? san francisco. the first iphone went on sale and since then, see if you can get how many. more than 200 million eye phones have been bought worldwide. >> apple stocks, up more than 500%. this is six years. if you have an idea and you would like big money behind it, see how it all comes together. when we bring you the power vich that next. at 1:45, the aflac duck was brought in with multiple lacerations to the wing and a fractured beak. surgery was successful, but he will be in a cast until it is fully healed, possibly several months. so, if the duck isn't able to work, how will he pay for his living expenses? aflac. like his rent and car payments? aflac. what about gas and groceries? aflac. cell phone? aflac, but i doubt he'll be using his phone for quite a while cause like i said, he has a fractured beak. [ male announcer ] send the aflac duck a get-well card at >>> today asked on yahoo!, how concerned are you on flying on boeing 787 dream liner after all of the problems they've had this week. 29% say very concerned. 25% say somewhat concerne
, 2007, is not a bad one. jobs is in san francisco at the macworld conference in full pitchman mode as he unveils his latest product to the faithful. >> these are not three separate devices. this is one device. [cheers and applause] and we are calling it iphone. >> it is not only a remarkable achievement but a validation of everything that jobs believed in: if you made and controlled all of your own hardware and all of your own software, you could integrate all of your products and all of your content seamlessly into one digital hub. and no one but steve jobs had thought of it. >> this is something microsoft couldn't do 'cause it made software but not the hardware. it's something sony couldn't do 'cause it made a lot of devices, but it didn't really make software operating systems. and so the only company that had end-to-end control was apple. >> biographer walter isaacson writes that jobs had created a walled garden. if you wanted to use any of his products, it was easier to buy into the whole apple ecosystem. it was something only a complete control freak could have pulled off. his pers
and ceo richard pops joins us from that health care conference in san francisco. mr. pops, happy to have you this morning. it may seem strange to viewers to start a conversation with a biotech ceo about the criminal justice system. but i would actually like to do that. there's been talk of rates of incarceration in in country, because we put in jail so many nonviolent drug offenders. you have a drug that aids in weaning people off of opioids. >> good morning. we're here in san francisco getting ready to present to a whole bunch of investors at the jpmorgan conference. one of the things we're going to be talking about is the rising use of vivitrol in the criminal justice system. 21 states have pilot programs, either with prisoners leaving prison, going into parole and probation, or avoiding parole and probation and incarceration by the use of vivitrol. i think this problem with nonviolent offenders which translates usually into drug addicts is a huge opportunity for our company, and also for the nation to get these costs under control while managing the patient correctly. >> how confident
. he's at the annual jpmorgan health care conference in san francisco. good to see you, sir. thanks so much for joining us. >> nice to be with you, maria. >> before we get to what's going on at sanofi, i want to ask you about this flu and what you're seeing. get your take on the concern of the spread of the flu this season. your vaccine division manufacturers flu zone and that was an fda approved vaccine this season. what's the demand like? what can you tell us about your take on the flu spreading? >> well, we actually start selling the flu shots already towards the beginning of september. we've sold about 60 million doses already this season. that's about half of the market. so it's been a robust market. the cdv has recommended pretty much most people get a vaccine. we've also developed a particular form. we have a form for seniors, a high dose flu with a pediatric version of flu zone. i personally got vaccinated with flu id which is an interder mall. which doesn't have the long needle associated with it. it's o probably the best investment one can make in global health. >> do you hav
be on the negotiating table that's what cruise said. >>> plus, we go out to san francisco, the middle east backed news network al jazeera is buying al gore's current tv for a whopping 500 million bucks. many believe al jazeera is nothing but pro-terrorist and anti-american and should not have a foot hold in the usa. >>> all right. first up tonight, high tension on capitol hill. house speaker john boehner barely held off a possible gop revolt over his speakership. republicans voted against boehner for speaker and five others abstained or voted present. washington editor for the national review robert costa was in the room. i think i had it wrong, nine nays, voted against him and one present. how tense, how close, what happened? >> larry, it was really tense. i was up there on the press gallery. i felt like i was a spectator at the world series watching over all this chaos and tension. if he lost 17 republican votes that means he would have went to a second ballot. he avoided that. he safely won the gavel. but at the same time, nine different republicans, tea party conservatives voted for different peop
at the jpm conference, jpmorgan health care conference in san francisco, and so how we're going to structure the capital infusion is yet to be determined. >> all right. we will leave it there, and thank you for that. jpmorgan health care conference is a great one, and we're -- i'm sorry to miss it. thanks very much. good to have you on the program. we'll be watching your company as it evolves. >> thank you so much, maria. >> see you soon. let's get to michelle caruso-cabrera who has breaking news on boeing. >> boeing says anticipated u.s. defense budget cuts likely will mean less demand for a variety of boeing products. you don't see a big move in stocks after hours. maybe this was not unanticipated, considering we know what's going to happen with the sequester. a lot of pressure on defense spending regardless of how the outcome is going to be. once again reuters says anticipated u.s. defense cuts will likely mean less demand for a variety of boeing products. >> thanks very much. up next, friday morning movers. next is your money on the line? don't miss it. stay with us. [ male announcer ] s
steady from where we have been the last 30 minutes or so. >> here we go. the san francisco 49ers take on the baltimore ravens in the super bowl in just a couple of days. the 49ers ceo jedd york is also dealing with a super controversy brought on by one of his players. >> you have to understand that chris made a very idiotic statement. >> our brian schactman has much more coming up on what that statement actually was. >> going to stick your neck out and tell us who is going to win on sunday. >> i'd like the 49ers. >> i've got to go with you. >>> the march towards dow 14,000 beyond hitting some speed bumps the last couple of days. tomorrow is jobs report. will it send the market higher or start the pullback that many have been predicted. stay with us. so you'll be happy to know that when it comes to your investment goals, northern trust uses award-winning expertise to lead you through an interactive investment process. adding precision to your portfolio construction by directly matching your assets and your risk preferences against your unique life goals. we call it goals driven investi
prometa's promotion. he's a professor of medicine at uc san francisco and senior scientist at the addiction pharmacology lab at the california pacific medical center. he tests therapies for the national institute on drug abuse. >> you don't think there's anything special about this combination of drugs? >> so far, the evidence would suggest no. >> mendelson says none of the drugs used in prometa appears to affect addiction. >> terren peizer says he wants to make prometa the standard of care. >> that is his goal. he wants to be-- he wants to make it the standard without any evidence. and he's spending money to recruit the treaters and to recruit the insurance payers, but not to prove that the treatment works. >> proving that it works would require what scientists call a double blind placebo controlled study. that's a human trial in which half the patients get a placebo, or sugar pill, and neither the doctors nor the patients know who got the real drugs until the end. peizer went to market without that kind of study and without asking the fda to approve his methods or his mar
for today's aflac trivia question. which two nfl players were involved in the san francisco 49ers play famously called "the catch"? the answer when cnbc "squawk box" continues. the win g and a . surgery was successful, but he will be in a cast until it is fully healed, possibly several months. so, if the duck isn't able to work, how will he pay for his living expenses? aflac. like his rent and car payments? aflac. what about gas and groceries? aflac. cell phone? aflac, but i doubt he'll be using his phone for quite a while cause like i said, he has a fractured beak. [ male announcer ] send the aflac duck a get-well card at [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ >>> today, the biggest winners in the market historic run and facebook on the upswing after a disappointing ipo. will earnings catapult the stock higher? >>> now, the answer to today's aflac trivia question. which two nfl players were involved in the san francisco 49ers play famously called "the catch"? t
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saved, we took a trip to san francisco. you see, hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so, where to next? how about there? ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ so let's give you a quick look at what's on the agenda today in the u.s. december home sales are out at o'clock eastern. they're expected to rise. there will be a special report on that after the existing sales came in last week. we'll hear from procter & gamble, halliburton, honeywell and kimberly-clark. nasdaq rebounding, s&p 500 pointed higher, too. they have been on a several day multi day trading session win streak. jeff motor mer is director of investment strategy of bank of new york melon management. i think i got that all in. ross westgate, of course, our market specialist out in davos this morning. they're both joining me now. jeff, first to you. we've seen what a six, seven-day win streak for the s&p 500. some mervusness building about these levels. what's your tape? >> 1500 is clearly a psychological level. these numbers are important, but in a lot of times an excus
. and with the money we saved, we took a trip to san francisco. you see, hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so, where to next? how about there? ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ >>> welcome back to the program. spanish retail sales slumped 10.7% in december. and that was the 30th straight month of year on year declines. stephane pedrazzi is our man in madrid today and joins us now. stephane, it sounds like no end in sight here in terms of these declines. >> no, it's not a big surprise the decline in december came after a 7.8% decline in november. as you say, that was the consecutive decline, same as in spain. that's not a positive signal ahead of the gdp numbers. the average forecast is a contraction of 0.6%. and, again, it's raising the question about how much austerity can the spanish economy take to go out of the recession. yesterday, the eeanhl commissioner for economists say clearly in madrid that perhaps we should ease the deficit target for spain because the target for this year is 4.35% of gdp and if the government wants to meet the tar
. >>> and on the show, we'll head to san francisco ahead of facebook's earnings. we'll speak to the best-selling author on why mark zuckerberg company became successful. >>> we'll fly to chicago where our own phil lebow will join us to preview boeing's earnings after the troubles that company's had with its dreamliners. >>> the latest from down under. australian prime minister surprising people -- you have to wait for a long time. >> it's a long period that they'll have this there. >> the u.k. >> like a u.s. style -- >> in the u.k., you call the election, four weeks later it happens. >> whereas in the u.s. talking about 2016. >> please. can't stand it. >> it's true. >>> in new york, we'll be waiting for 10, the blackberry 10, folks. >> question is, will it be enough to turn research in motion's shares around? that remains to be seen. >>> first up, spanish economy contracted more than forecast with gdp down 1.8% annually, .7% from the previous quarter. analysts were looking for a smaller 1.7% drop over last year. speaking after the release, the spanish prime minister, mariano rajo, planned to announce n
or san francisco. >> do you think it's better than using google? >> no. but i think that's what you're getting your for this -- all these things are firing on all cylinders. 2% of their revenue from mobile, they had no mobile ad revenue two quarters ago. everything the company gets asked to do, they do. and then it's never enough. >> the stock was stuck at 20 and in a quarter moved to 30. so it's down 5% today. >> but it's never enough because it's still overpriced sflp compared to linkedin, compared to amazon -- >> not compared to amazon at this point. >> who knows what's overpriced and what's not. >> but it's kind of powerful to see them move now to 65% of advertising. they moved off of people using those thumbnails on the true advertising social product. so it's working. >> we had a guy on from davos last week, from who said that he was seeing anecdotally a sense that people were using facebook less. >> yes. but the data doesn't prove that out at all. if anything, daily active users over monthly active users are at an all-time high. 59% of people that access the si
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a game. and with the money we saved, we took a trip to san francisco. you see, hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so, where to next? how about there? ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ >>> i think a lot of company are doing fine. banks are lending, growing, expanding. finance is part of the critical part of how the country runs or functions. >> that was jamie dimon speaking this morning at the debate that maria was hosting in davos. >> that was interesting. we talked about the future of financial services and how the banks are doing. how the banks may change. we'll continue talking about that right now. >> yep. >> with the chairman of bmp, baudouin prot. good to see you. thank you for joining us. i want to get your take on that. where are we, would you say, in the european crisis? i mean, it seems to have come off of the front page. is there still pressure in terms of your capital and where you stand with the debt that are on the books? >> no. what we've got in the eurozone as a whole, i think the position is better with
, but this time it's your voice. you're amazing. >> san francisco, watch out. >> well, talk about missions, let's talk about amazon. set to open at new all-time highs. the online retailer is better than expected profit margins, that is the key story here. as we said earlier at the end of "squawk box," jim, keeping the dream alive, so to speak. they show they can deliver margins. the expectation is, the higher margin businesses will grow fast enough to offset the deceleration of certain other businesses. you end up with a higher earnings number into the future. that seems to be emboldening the others coming into the company. >> there's a big conference, tons of noninformation. but they have a line. cost of sales was 16.4. or 75.3 out of revenue. that's it. this stock is going up because of that one line. there's no other line that is that good. >> that is true. and right now, we are looking at amazon opening at fresh record highs. this is a stock that has just -- some may make the case that apple has been a source of funds for amazon, as money has come out of apple and gone into other beta names
. but out towards the west, what we have for you in the great basin, nice and dry in san francisco. 65 in san diego. low 60s mainly for you in los angeles. seattle, scattered showers early. but into the afternoon, might get a break of sun here and there. overall, fairly nice conditions. travel issues, you'll have them at the smaller regional airports in parts of new york and back into pennsylvania. dallas, ft. world, could have some backups there, as well. >> why do you give us the info on the small -- is that for sorkin, the private jet airports? >> always thinking about sorkin. >> i like that. >> i like to include everybody. >> you do. so you're going to talk about teet teeterboro and west chester? >> absolutely. >> all right. >> you've got to have teterbor o in there. >> thanks, reynolds. >>> some squawk sports news, oregon beating number seven kansas city in the fiesta bowl last night. de-anthony thomas returned the opening dickoff. the ducks finished the season 12-1. now back to the markets and expectations for this morning's jobs report, joining us from the cme, joe kinneman and
. >> he founded the team. big banker out in san francisco. >> he used to ride out in the car. >> with not the postal service team. >>el with, he founded what became the postal service team, but it was called montgomery sports and then montgomery bail and them ultimately the u.s. postal service and later the discovery channel. but he was the owner throughout and the man behind all of this is a good friend of lance's and did stay in the car and would be with them throughout this whole thing. and there was always questions, what did he do? was he paying for this? >> he's never come out and said anything publicly about one of that. in conjunction with that, she claimed that nike was part of that. nike came out and claimed they were not a part of that. >> was it everywhere in cycling? did all the teams do it? armstrong seems to be saying that it's rife in cycling and in all sports and he's being singled out. i don't know whether other cycling teams were presented -- you know, you're the best doping -- if everybody is doping and you win, then -- you're still the bed? >> i don't kno
:30 local. the number of shuttles bringing employees down from san francisco, we expect a line to start forming for people to get into that event in an hour and the event starts at 1:00 p.m. eastern. i'll be live blogging. carl, facebook is not allowing any broadcast cameras and they are not going to be live streaming it. we'll bring you the latest. >> almost like a courtroom. we can't wait to see some of the cameras. before we get to that, i'm reading barrons and closet indexing was picked as you saw over the weekend by every major newspaper and i'm not going -- now that i'm not going to use that term anymore. benchmark, closet indexing. from november 14th, closet indexing, and facebook. let's run that tape. >> i think this is what is happening right now with facebook. it's very simple. we talk about the closet index all the time and the fact that facebook is not owned by closet indexes as put a lot of people in the mind set of wanting to own until stock for the simple reason that it's not overrun by these people and 31% of the shares are institutionally known and here's your largest i
of hotwire, a travel agency a unit of expedia, joining us from san francisco. the truth is now, if you book a flight online, you can immediately see the aircraft that you're likely to travel in. so is the impact more immediate for airlines? is the risk greater for airlines now than might be flying the 787? >> i think it may be slightly greater here in the next few days, to a week. but also understand that the 787 isn't widely deployed right now. and we're just coming off a year where the airline industry was the safest on record. so we have a lot of good news leading into it right now. i know that our safety agencies and boeing are working really hard to get this worked out. >> we initially booked you on the program to talk about the fact that when we approach this long holiday weekend, a lot of americans, according to a new survey, you have 70% of americans maybe not traveling because they believe last-minute deals are more expensive. and they may be wrong in that assumption. what exactly are you telling people about booking late these days? >> you can save by booking last-minute. especial
's actually two economies in this country. there's innovation. in san francisco, silicone valley, you can't hire enough people. whereas in the rest of the country we're looking for jobs. and the second more important thing is we've now cracked the code for entrepreneurship. we know how to make start-ups fail less. we know why start-ups are different than large companies. >> you feel like you're exporting your students to other countries. i assume you have lots of students who come here to this country, they sit in your classroom and learn all sorts of things about the model you're talking about. instead of staying here and starting a business, they go elsewhere. are there ralt of examples of that? >> i think our government immigration policy is exporting. i think 95% of these students would love to stay in the u.s. and create jobs. i've always been confused. i'm not smart enough to understand why we don't want to keep them in the u.s. and hire american. >> is there a great example of a student who has gone through your class or gone through stanford has created 200,000 or 300,000 jobs in
doves that you mentioned and lose only williams from san francisco, who is not the doviest of the doves. but he is definitely considered to be a person who has supported quantitative easing. so i think that that also speaks to a situation, scott, where you can expect qe to last longer into 2013. >> i didn't realize what the objective was for dovy, doviest of doves. >> i was struggling there. >> i like it. no, i think you're right. it's early on the west coast. >> would it be the hawkiest of the hawks? >> the hawkiest are the hawks, or the whitest of the doves, the most aggressive of the doves. i will work on it and get back to you, i promise. >> we're looking forward to the interview later. thank you very much. steve liesman joining us from san diego. >> mixed bag here. hugging the flat line essentially, jeff is with lpl financial. jeff, happy new year to you. >> thanks, happy new year. >> you think the markets the remain range-bound? why? >> i think right now, investors are in a bit of a holding pattern waiting to see if there was any collateral damage from the fiscal cliff, as it rela
on the sector. mark joins us now from san francisco for his first interview since joining rbc. mark, it is great to speak with you. thanks for making "squawk on the street" your first stop here. >> good morning, melissa. >> we haven't talked to you since you left citi. we haven't heard from you at all. no surprise. so much has been written about how you left citi. i want to get from you, straight from you, what exactly happened? were you forced out? were you fired? tell us what happened? >> i'd rather focus on the forecast. but first, i'm thrilled to be at rbc. secondly, i strongly disagreed with that prior firm's decision. the heart of the matter was facebook. i fully stand by the calls, the work i did on facebook. i had one of the more cautious initiation reports. we did not initiate with a buy. we upgraded the stock to $20, fully stand behind the facebook work and the calls. >> one last question before we get to the initiation of coverage, because obviously that is why we have you on, and we're excited to hear what you have to say about facebook and other stocks. have you heard from regulator
at this saying outside of new york, san francisco, chicago, are you going to get somebody in memphis who's going to want to get into the car sharinging business? maybe a few, but not a lot. >> thank you. >>> coming up next, vern buchanan tells us why he voted yes on the deal and banks turning out to be the best performing sector. two top names, paul miller and david katz here to weigh in. much more straight ahead. nc ] ], we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. humans -- sometimes life trips us up. and sometimes, we trip ourselves up, but that's okay. at liberty mutual insurance we can "untrip" you as you go through your life with personalized policies and discounts when you need them most. just call... and s
to go. >> for the ball game? i don't even know who is favored. i'm assuming that san francisco is favored by a couple points, but i don't know. >> that's what i think. >> thanks, john. >>> when we come back, we'll get an early read on the trading day ahead. we'll talk to the ceo ellen can you llman at 8el o'clock eastern. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> good morning, everybody. welcome back. we're getting numbers from veer rison right now. that number is coming in, fourth quarter, 38 cents a share. that includes 7 cents a share of negative impact about a because of superstorm sandy, because of those recovery efforts. what was the estimate, joe? >> i mean, the number that they're -- that we're seeing reported by reuters are -- i don't know whether that's yearly or w
and losing is very thin. but you know, give credit to san francisco. we played them twice this year and both times they beat us soundly. they're a very talented team. obviously they made a difficult decision, you know, in changing quarterbacks. you know, while they were still winning. and it's worked out for him. he's a real special talent. and you know we certainly didn't have an answer for him. >> a lot of people have gotten hurt counting the ravens out, though, haven't they? >> yeah, they, you know, it looks like, you know, the last few years, the team that gets hot at the end of the year is the one that wins the super bowl. two years ago, you know, we barely made it into the playoffs, as a wild card team and then ended up winning the super bowl. last year the giants got hot at the end of the year. you know the ravens, i think they lost four out of five at the end of the season. but they're getting people healthy. and you know, they're playing with a lot of confidence now. and i think, you know, the emotion, and you know, the leadership of ray lewis has been key to them. >> yeah. i think
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